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tomorrow night as always thank you for being wi the battle never stops. see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight, get this, karl rove is a rhody? sort of. he has on the road for his book tour. toe he's back in town uncut and on the record. nice see. >> great to be here. >> greta: you have been on a road trip with your book? >> halfway point. >> greta: it is exhausting isn't it? >> 120s in 90 days. >> greta: let's talk about the campaigns. right now there's an article in politico about how democrats intend to use this getting tough on wall street against the republicans in the midterm elects. this article actually says the democrats may be haunted by in they have craig former white house counsel. dick gephardt used to work for goldman sachs. the republicans all do it. but they are up front about it. >> right. this is not a winner for them. they are trying to change the subject after obama care. rather than focusing back on jobs they are trying to channel the voter angst about wall street and focus it against the republicans. they then layout a bill that includes a 50 billion dollar bailo
to check in with greta. >> greta: wait a second. since you just interviewed him i probably should interview him next so i will go to hawaii. you just did the interview, you don't need another interview with him. >> sean: you know what, i locked this next one in. you can have the one after. maybe we can did a joint interview, we have never didn't that before. >> greta: that would be a first. tonight we have karl rove, and what president obama doesn't need, a democratic congressman putting the squeeze on name congressman is here, plus much more. see you in honolulu. >> sean: i can only hope. we'll be out there surfing together. let not your heart be troubled. when we come back our great, great, great american panel is next. [ wheezing ] i have asthma. and that's what it sounded like when my symptoms came back. i'd get this tightness in my chest. like i was breathing through a straw. so i went back to mdoctor again. we talked about choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort to help control my asthma. [ ] while it's not a rescue inhaler, symbicort improves my lung function, starting wi
states ambassador to the united nations, john bolton, was on our air, just last night an greta vavtustern's show and made the claim relating to the missile defense shield in europe and are not -- and our not pursuing that. here's what he said and i'll give you the chance to respond. >> i think the main point is that the obama administration's decision last year to cancel the missile defense site in poland and the czech republic has set back very dramatically the time in which the u.s. would be able to defend itself against an iranian ballistic missile capability. not an issue whether we need that defense today or whether the iranians are capable of launching today. it's the trajectories down the road of what their missile program is doing and what our missile defense capabilities are and under this projection today, even if you take 2015 as the operable date they will have a missile capability and we will not have a missile defense capability in response. megyn: that sounds scary. >> well, with all due respect to ambassador bolton on this count he's flat out wrong. it's going to be a deba
. greta monahan is here to show us how to dress both eco-friendly as well as fashionably. good morning. >> good morning. >> she knows all about fashion. what exactly do we mean when we say the clothing is eco-friendly is this. >> i want to make eco easy because that's confusing. so think about recycle, responsibility and also respect. respect is for the environment and people, recycling, we know as reusing materials and textiles. and the responsibility piece is to brands and companies that have decided to make it better for workers, for people and the plan either. >> one reason that people hesitate to go green is because it can be more expensive when it comes to organic food. is the same true for organic clothe something. >> it was. actually ten years ago when i first started looking at this, it onsly was just, first of all, there was no fashion. if you wanted to be responsible, you had to give up the fashion piece and be dressed in a hemp sack. and also the price point. for the people that were doing it, the prices were nonaccessib nonaccessible. but today it's in mass retailers, fina
and coming to a country or countrywide near you? >> that's funny. >> anyway, last night on the greta van sustren show, karl rove was on and he's been looking at the 1400 pages in this bill. in washington they don't read the bills. karl did. >> we have to pass them first. >> there's scary stuff in there that would worry all of you if it does pass. watch this. >> you may not know about this. it creates a new office and gives it a half a billion dollars a year and a huge startup for computer systems in order to monitor every financial transaction in the united states. and to use that data to arrive at policy recommendations about sensible regulation. so they're literally going to have the capacity to go through everybody's brokerage account and everybody's checking account and everybody's credit card and everybody's financial transactions and collect -- sweep that information and then analyze it. >> another major point of concern is this angel investor clause. angel investors essentially allow things like yahoo, amazon, google and facebook come from very little collateral, startups, able t
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